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Rugged XMC single-board computer for aerospace and defense uses introduced by GE

Rugged XMC single-board computer for aerospace and defense uses introduced by GE

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., 16 June 2014. 2014 GE Intelligent Platforms in Huntsville, Ala., is introducing the rugged XMCM01 XMC single-board computer for aerospace and defense applications that require small size, weight, and power (SWaP).

Fast ground-penetrating radar for IED detection

Army to oversee development of ground-penetrating radar that works in real time at tactical speeds

ALEXANDRIA, Va., 13 June 2014. U.S. Army researchers are sponsoring development of a vehicle-mounted enhanced downward-looking ground-penetrating radar technology that can detect buried high- and low-metal terrorist bombs and land mines while operating at tactical speeds.

Boeing, Ball join Air Force project for new L-band RF amplifiers to shrink GPS satellites

Boeing, Ball join Air Force project for new L-band RF amplifiers to shrink GPS satellites

KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M., 13 June 2014. Microelectronics experts at the Boeing Co. and Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. are joining a U.S. military research program to reduce the size of Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites with a series of planned upgrades to the way the satellites generate navigation signals.

1U single-output switching power supplies for military applications introduced by Excelsys

1U single-output switching power supplies for military applications introduced by Excelsys

CORK, Ireland, 13 June 2014. Excelsys Technologies in Cork, Ireland, is introducing the XSolo family of 1U-high, single-output switching power supply units for military, industrial, medical, and IT applications.

Military collapse in Iraq: parallels with events leading to the end of the Vietnam War

THE MIL & AERO BLOG, 12 June 2014. Iraq today is starting to look a lot like South Vietnam did in spring 1975, and the circumstances of the turmoil in both places is eerily similar.

Navy to pour more time and money into shipboard antenna project to cut RF cross interference

Navy to pour more time and money into shipboard antenna project to cut RF cross interference

ARLINGTON, Va., 12 June 2014. U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts are pouring additional time and money into a project to cut RF interference among ship-based antennas by reducing the number of radar antennas on Navy ships by using integrated, multi-function, multi-beam arrays.

RUGGED COMPUTERS: Rugged Intel-based embedded computer from Crystal Group

Crystal Group in Hiawatha, Iowa, presents its RE0814 rugged embedded computer for operations in harsh environments.

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